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Enolsoft Co has announced a new OCR app: PDF to Word with OCR for Mac, which fully supports Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks. This new released PDF OCR app — which fully supports Mavericks — is designed to help Mac users convert native and scanned PDF to editable Word.
It offers support for converting PDF 1.0-1.7 to the Word format on Mac OS X 10.7-10.9. You can convert both native PDF and PDF from scanner to searchable and editable Word (*.doc / *.docx) files.
With PDF to Word with OCR for Mac, you can choose from 48 OCR recognition languages to convert multilingual PDF files. You can adjust the three OCR recognition areas (table, text and image) on each PDF page and then preview current page instantly to check the accuracy.
PDF to Word with OCR for Mac lets you convert PDF and common images (jpg/png/tiff/bmp/gif) to Word while preserving original tables, text, fonts, images, graphics and hyperlinks. You can convert multiple PDF documents at a time .
Enolsoft PDF to Word with OCR for Mac is available now through the Enolsoft website (ww.enolsoft.com) for US$49. A demo is available for download.